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The ascent of waterAuthor(s): Melvin T. Tyree
Source: Nature. 423: 923.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe transport system that drives sap ascent from soil to leaves is extraordinary and controversial. Like their animal counterparts, large multicellular plants need to supply all their cells with fuel and water.
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CitationTyree, Melvin T. 2003. The ascent of water. Nature. 423: 923.
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